I Quit My Job to Teach Abroad and Travel the World Today

MIke, I look forward to reading about your adventure. I have been putting my life in order to follow a similar dream. I wish you the best of luck. If you ever need any advice on teaching English to Spanish speakers I am a guru of sorts. I have taught English to primarily spanish speaking students for 8 years.

Love your quotes. May your journey fulfill your dreams.

Mapless Mike

Well, today was the day. I knew I was handing in my resignation letter to my work to follow my dreams to teach abroad and travel the world. My last day of work would be August 29th, the end of the month. It was a little longer than the typical two weeks notice because I wanted to help with transition of me leaving my position. While I knew it had to be today, I was still nervously doing busy work at my computer and anxiously sitting through meetings in the morning before I had a chance to talk with my boss.

Over the last few weeks, I had envisioned myself nervously approaching my boss’s door over and over throughout the day, while making awkward conversation with him instead of just spitting out that I was accepting a new position and would be leaving the country. That scenario played out in my head…

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